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unit cell

the smallest portion or component of a crystal that, when combined with other unit cells, will make up the entire crystal lattice.
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Partially inspired in Wesson work [13], we will assume that particle masses are tied to some type of unit cell in a five-dimensional momentum space lattice.
Finally, we show that a CFD model of a single-blade unit cell can yield satisfactory predictions that capture the trends in thermal resistance, yielding useful design information.
A 6-adjacency system is generated by a tessellation of the unit cell [C.
One possibility consists in periodically repeating an electrically small lumped unit cell, shown in Fig.
3]N unit cell leads to over-stoichiometric in nitrogen (N-rich).
The following parameters have been used for the numerical investigations: dimension of the square shaped unit cell d=-2.
The two-dimensional nuclei are circular in shape with the height between 60 and 130 unit cells.
The isolated unit cell behaves as a part of large array of unit cells by satisfying the conditions that the boundaries of the isolated unit cell remain plane.
The unit cell parameters are determined directly by automatic computerized 4--circled Enraf Nonious CAD-4 diffractometer in [omega]-2[theta] scan mode.
In the Rietveld method, a calculated diffraction profile of a mineral mixture, which corresponds to the sum of theoretical patterns calculated for each phase considering its refined unit cell features, geometric factors dependent on the Bragg angle, and thermal effects, is fitted to the measured pattern by means of a non-linear least-square procedure.